Grand Lisboa Palace has announced it will open two further restaurants on September 22 and September 30.
Macau.- The recently opened Grand Lisboa Palace continues to expand its options, announcing the launch of two new restaurants that will open on September 22 and September 30.
One of the restaurants will be a Japanese restaurant while the other outlet will feature Sichuan- and Hunan-influenced cuisine.
The company stated: “Both restaurants are casual retreats situated on the ground floor of the resort.”
The grand opening of Grand Lisboa Palace Phase I took place on July 30, with SJM allocating the venue 118 gaming tables from other properties. When complete, it will have around 2,000 hotel rooms split between three venues: The Lisboa Palace Hotel, Palazzo Versace Macau, and Karl Lagerfeld Hotel luxury boutique hotel.
It will have 27,000 square metres of gaming floor space (290,000 sq ft) for up to 700 gaming tables and 1,200 electronic gaming machines.
Daisy Ho, SJM chairman and executive director, has said: “We will slowly increase the number of rooms according to actual demand, that’s the plan. The second phase will depend on the pandemic and travel restrictions. We hope that by the end of this year we should be able to open up entirely.”